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Plenty in the works for 2019

21 January 2019

As we roll into 2019 there is some big news for Health Infrastructure with a number of construction contracts announced late last year and over the New Year with new and established industry partners.

Hospitals are on track across NSW with CPB Contractors to build Coffs Harbour Hospital’s $194 million expansion and Campbelltown Hospital’s $632 million Redevelopment Stage 2.

CPB will also deliver the final stage of Wagga Wagga Health Service’s $431 million redevelopment, building a new Ambulatory Care Building to complete the largest health redevelopment project in regional NSW.

Hansen Yuncken will lead main works on the new $73 million Macksville Hospital and complete planning on the $120 million Goulburn Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment project.

Concord Hospital’s $341 million Stage 1 redevelopment starts this year, with main works contracted to new industry partner Roberts Pizzarotti. This project is one of the first to improve work/life balance for NSW construction workers and contractors with a five-day working week.

And appointed to progress planning and design of the $582 million Tweed Valley Hospital project is LendLease.

Mudgee and Cooma are also on track with main works on Mudgee Hospital’s $70.7 million redevelopment to be carried out by Hutchinson Builders.

Upgrading Multipurpose Service (MPS) facilities in rural and remote areas, Richard Crookes will deliver main works for both Braidwood MPS Redevelopment and Yass Hospital’s $8 million redevelopment project.

Delivering the NSW Government’s $122 million Rural Ambulance Infrastructure Reconfiguration (RAIR) program, North Construction and Building will build a new ambulance station at Birmingham Gardens, with Hines Constructions building new stations at Cowra and Grenfell.

RAIR projects bring modern, purpose-built ambulance stations to support NSW paramedics, helping them better meet current and future emergency medical care needs of rural communities.

Thanks to all involved in the competitive tender process.

Your combined efforts contribute to first-class facilities that will meet health needs of NSW communities well into the future.
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